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Written by Larry Dignan, Contributor

Here are today’s notable headlines. You can get News To Know via email alert and RSS daily. For continuous updates see BNET’s around-the-Web tech coverage.

Adrian Kingsley-Hughes: Hordes of owners complain of problems with HP Elite Pavilion PCs using Core i7

Ed Bott: Apple up to its old tricks, pushing unwanted software onto PCs

Mary Jo Foley: Microsoft and European researchers deliver a snapshot of multikernel 'Barrelfish' OS

Sam Diaz: AT&T cries foul to FCC, uses Google Voice to spark Net Neutrality debate

Ryan Naraine: Malware affiliate bounty: Infect a Mac, earn 43 cents

Mary Jo Foley: Windows 7 early on custom PCs? Maybe, maybe not

Photos: Top-rated reviews of the week

Andrew Nusca: IREX DR800SG e-reader: IREX loses, Barnes & Noble wins [first impressions]

Andrew Mager: Love is in the air, and now you can see where

Jennifer Leggio: I don't care if your company is on Twitter

Larry Dignan: RIM signals price war potential; Fallout could be substantial

Engadget: Exclusive: Apple dictated Light Peak creation to Intel, could begin migration from other standards as early as 2010

Smart Planet: Virus hunter aims to predict, prevent pandemics

NASA fires laser 250,000 miles to hit lunar spacecraft traveling at 3,600 mph

Bits: Will Amazon Open the Kindle to Developers?

Sam Diaz: Analysts: We still expect a Verizon Pre next year

Dennis Howlett: NetSuite on iPhone: customer story

Andrew Nusca: Viagra, Prozac, Levitra spam rakes in more than $4,000 per day

Oliver Marks: The 2010 Productivity Tool Bonanza - Microsoft, Google, Zoho & Open Standards

Shareaholic should be built into all browsers

Paul Murphy: Linux as Wintel parasite

Freedom to Tinker: Android Open Source Model Has a Short Circuit

Apple Insider: Apple close to unveiling all-new MacBook line

Rachel King: Top digital camera phones on the market

Joe McKendrick: XML on the wane? Say it isn't so, Jack

Brian Sommer: Perks for all workers: remote/metro, small/large firms, etc.

Zack Whittaker: Get with the times: Keyboards are outdated

Matthew Miller: MobileTechRoundup show #183, what can Microsoft do with Windows Mobile?

Kingsley-Hughes: Judge rebukes Apple in Psystar case

When it comes to security, who do you trust more - Microsoft or Google?

Top 5 launches at DemoFall 2009

Dignan: How Internet surveillance, IT sleuth work helped indict suspected terrorist Zazi

Intel Developer Forum: The top 9 takeaways

Global home broadband booming

Dana Blankenhorn: Can Linux beat the bloat

Competition heats up for outsourcing

Gadget Gal's daily deals: Philips universal iPod remote, HP Mini netbook, HP LaserJet printer

Sean Portnoy: Westinghouse releases 120Hz 42-inch LCD HDTV for $750

Michael Krigsman: Video: Collective intelligence simplified

Jason Perlow: Frugal Friday: Twitter, Social Networking, Open Source and Women, RMS vs. MDI, Oracle, CentOS

Google Books hearing officially delayed

Photos: Army inventions, by air and by land (right)

Diaz: Twitter announces "significant" funding; offers few details

Heather Clancy; SmartSynch touts progress in Texas

Leggio: Quick'n'Dirty podcast's chaotic no. 16: pay phones, paper clips and oneforty

Harry Fuller: Mother nature v. human nature

HP throws Cisco ProCurve ball

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